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Hwange residents demand review of by-laws

Greater Whange Residents Trust chairperson Fidelis Chima said the current waste management by-laws were not comprehensive.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 28, 2023

Hwange residents protest over pollution

Residents have endured extreme pollution for decades.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 30, 2023

Wild animals wreak havoc

Greater Whange Residents Trust (GWRT) chairman Fidelis Chima said residents in communities surrounding the Hwange National Park were living in fear of the animals.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 26, 2023

Chinese miners pollute Hwange water sources

The villagers claim that the pollutants have caused massive deaths of fish and other aquatic life in the village dams and rivers.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 8, 2023

Hwange residents push for jobs for locals

GWRT chairman Fidelis Chima confirmed submitting the petition to Parliament on Tuesday.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 5, 2023

Bucking global shift to cleaner energy, Zim digs deeper into coal

In a hard-hitting report released earlier this month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change pointed the finger squarely at the burning of fossil fuels by humans as one of the main drivers of global warming, warning it is already too late to stop decades of future climate disruptions.

By The Southern Eye Sep. 5, 2021

Bucking global shift to cleaner energy, Zim digs deeper into coal

In a hard-hitting report released earlier this month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change pointed the finger squarely at the burning of fossil fuels by humans as one of the main drivers of global warming, warning it is already too late to stop decades of future climate disruptions.

By The Southern Eye Sep. 5, 2021